|By Daniel Pena | December 12, 2012 | Comments|
Additional photos of the event are available at FilmMagic.com, which was also attended by Anthony Anderson, Jose Canseco and Montel Williams.
- Josh Stewart, a reporter for Newsday.com, spent twenty-four hours in Diamond Dallas Page's "Accountability Crib" in Smyrna, Georgia, last month, where 57-year-old former pro wrestling star Jake "The Snake" Roberts is cleaning up his life. The process is being filmed for a documentary titled "The Resurrection of Jake 'The Snake' Roberts." Page, however, is upset with Stewart's account of his visit in the article, which was published last week. The former World Heavyweight Champion posted a video reacting to "negative comments" written in the article, which "did not represent what he stands for." Here he calls the writer asking for him to remove statements that were "poorly chosen and out of context." The paper refused to change them. It's also noted that Page and Roberts will choose carefully who gets exclusive access to their home in the future.
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